Theodore Alexander and Historic Charm in Detroit

Interior Designer Corey Damen Jenkins has used Theodore Alexander furniture with panache in a 1939 Colonial Revival in a Detroit suburb, featured in the May edition of Traditional Home.

In the emerald green foyer (above) Corey employs a pair of ‘Sophy’s Chairs‘, ebonised and parcel gilt occasional chairs based on Regency originals. Between the chairs is  ‘Blaise‘, an ingenious mechanical rotating centre table.

Elsewhere in this magnificent home we see the ‘Radiating Parquetry‘ table  (below, centre) which adds a touch of English Georgian style.

Two ‘Ashford‘ tables flank an antique settee in the parlour, where their bold veined marble tops complement the rich green and blue colour palette (below).

Finally, ‘The Jennings and Betteridge‘ Table is the perfect piece to place antique pineapple canisters in a touch of whimsy (below, right).

All the Theodore Alexander pieces cited are in-stock and available for immediate shipment from Hickory, North Carolina.

Images via Traditional Home Magazines.

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